In article <1993Sep28.183625.410 at gserv1.dl.ac.uk>,
risler%FRCGM51.earn at uk.ac.earn-relay wrote:
>> Dear netters,
>> I know that this point has already been raised: how by the hell can I
> get the Entrez:Sequences/Medline CD-ROMs ??
I receive the NCBI news letter and have found out that there is a
beta-version of a program called Nentrez available by anonymous FTP at
This is a public program that accesses GenBank, EMBL, DDBJ, PIR,
SWISS-PROT, PRF, PDB and a molecular sequence-related subset of MEDLINE for
I've used this and it is smegging great.
To use this program you have to register the program - as told in the
It costs nothing to register and gives you access to all the info you would
have to get from those expensive cd-roms.
Bug reports, questions, and comments about the program should be sent to
the address: net-info at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
This is an excellent program and congratulate the nih on making it a public